They’ll only have a problem with you if you start disrespecting them or speaking down to them because they don’t understand the motivation behind it.
Pisces can be some of the most mysteriously emotional people you ever meet. They can be hard to navigate at times, but ultimately leaving you wanting more because of how sweet and amiable they are. The troubles of being in love with one come with knowing which type of Pisces you are with. The first kind of Pisces is intent on ebbing and flowing in the world, always adapting and never letting any one thing stop them from progressing on life’s journey. The other type of Pisces is always going against the grain, finding comfort in resistance.
Either way, here are five good things to know about the Pisces:
Because Pisces like to give respect to most anyone they have not met yet, they also expect that same respect to be returned. They’ll only have a problem with you if you start disrespecting them or speaking down to them because they don’t understand the motivation behind it. Pisces would rather you just not speak at all if you have nothing of value to say, and that includes insults.
Pisces thrive the best when they’re involved in things that are exciting and fun. This is why they love going out just for the sake of being out. They like the excitement of being in crowds at big events and enjoy all of the good times live music brings. But, really anything is preferred over sitting at home doing the usual. So, if you want to keep your Pisces around, try to keep it lively.
Pisces is more likely to listen to their own inner dialogue before listening to someone else. The biggest problem for them comes when they have to decide how they’re feeling and what they know to be true. Sometimes emotion trumps logic, leading them to make bad decisions. But, they rarely regret things because they know that at the moment, they made the decision that felt right.
Comfort is at the top of the priority list for a Pisces. When they’re at home in their element, they know exactly how it is that they want to live. My roommate is a Pisces, and when he’s relaxing, there’s no amenity or pleasure too grand to be indulged in. This also ties into how badly they have a need for their spaces to be organized and clean. Messiness doesn’t create comfort, it creates discomfort--unfortunately, Pisces also never really want to do any cleaning or organizing themselves.
Pisces are naturally curious about their own potential and love to explore their capabilities. People who can bring out the absolute best in a Pisces, people who challenge them to achieve greatness, and people who challenge them to think more creatively are all highly valued by the Pisces. Show the Pisces something they’ve never seen before or something they’ve never thought about before and you’ve won them over.